Best Pet Grooming Boarding: Prairie Dog LLC

Location: Fargo

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Prairie Dog LLC has been named Best Pet Grooming/Boarding in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best Grooming/Boarding in the Red River Valley?

“Our team is ecstatic that our hard work has been recognized and appreciated,” General Manager Colleen Morton said. “We work so hard to provide the best care possible for the dogs and it is so rewarding to know our loyal clients see us as the best.”

What can you say about the team at Prairie Dog?

“The team at Prairie Dog is so amazing. They work so hard to make sure the dogs are safe, happy, and well cared for,” Morton said. “I am so thankful for everyone on my team. Their hard work and dedication has allowed us to be where we are today!”

What is the best part about working with animals?


“Building a bond with them and seeing them really build confidence and open up to not only us but the other dogs…building a relationship with the dogs and their owners is so important,” she said.

  • Second place: Fetchers
  • Third place: Eddie and Barkus Fargo/Harwood
  • Fourth place: South Bark Doggy Daycare, Grooming and Boarding
  • Fifth place: Camp K9

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